Monthly Archives: August 2017

Poor Man’s Eclipse

(Harbert, Michigan) No crowds, no 150-mile traffic jams, no fender benders, no running out of water, no hassles, and, alas—no totality on Monday, August 21, 2017 during what was being hyped as The Great American Eclipse (as if we invented the eclipse, … Continue reading

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When I was a boy growing up in the South Shore neighborhood of Chicago, I had two friends named Billy: the boy across the street from our apartment who lived in an actual house, and White Sox lefty Walter William … Continue reading

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Fair Flowers

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“Local Trains” heart of Mumbai 

Originally posted on Monika Sharma :
? ?#thedailypost??#local Do you know why Mumbai is famous…??? Well, there are many reasons but I think it’s famous for three reasons? 1. It’s a Film City of India 2. Famous Street food Vada pav…

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Worth Repeating

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Flash Fiction

The Last Train to Slipsville Flash Fiction By Charles McKelvy George settled in the aisle seat and couldn’t help but notice that the young man in the window seat was watching the ballgame on his device. “Mind if I look … Continue reading

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Fair Folk

(Berrien Springs, Michigan) As the 2017 Berrien County Youth Fair winds down today, it is time to take a look at some of the fine folk who inhabited this year’s Fair.  Yes, some were furrier than others. The point being, … Continue reading

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